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Mary Allerton Cushman
Birth: Jun., 1616, Netherlands
Death: Nov. 28, 1699
Plymouth
Plymouth County
Massachusetts, USA

"Mayflower" passenger.

Daughter of Isaac Allerton and Mary Norris.

Wife of Elder Thomas Cushman.

Mother of Thomas Cushman, Jr., Sarah, Martha, Isaac, Elkanah, Feare, Eleazer and Lydia Cushman.

Sister of Bartholomew, Remember and Isaac Allerton.

Mary Allerton Cushman was the last survivor of the first newcomers of the Mayflower.

CUSHMAN MEMORIAL
This is a granite column, twenty-five feet high, and it is by far the most conspicuous monument on the hill. It reads:
ROBERT CUSHMAN,
Fellow exile with the Pilgrims in Holland,
Afterwards their chief agent in England,
Arrived here IX November, MDCXXI,
With Thomas Cushman his son:
Preached IX-. December,
His memorable sermon on "the Danger of self-love
And the sweetness of true friendship:"
Returned to England XIII December,
To vindicate tho enterprise of Christian emigration;
And there remained in the service of the Colony Till MDCXXV,
When, having prepared to make Plymouth His permanent home.

West side: --

He died, lamented by the forefathers
as "their ancient friend, - who was
as their right hand with their friends
the adventurers, and for divers years
had done and agitated all their business
with them to their great advantage."

"And you, my loving friends, the adventurers
to this plantation, as your care has been first
to settle religion here before either profit
or popularity, so, I play you, go on. --
I rejoice -- that you thus honor God
with your riches, and I trust you shall be repaid
again double and treble in this world, yea,
and the memory of this action shall never die."
DEDICATION OF THE SERMON.

South side: --

THOMAS CUSHMAN.

Son of Robert, died X December, MDCXCI,
Aged neatly LXXXIV years.
For more than XLII years he was
Ruling Elder oś the First Church in Plymouth,
By whom a tablet was placed to mark his grave on this spot,
Now consecrated anew by a more enduring memorial.

MARY,

widow of Elder Cushman, and daughter of Isaac Allerton,
Died XXVIII November, MDCXCIX, aged about XC years,
The last survivor of the first comers in the Mayflower.

East side:

Erected by
The descendants of
Robert Cushman
In memory of their Pilgrim Ancestors,
XVI September, MDCCCLVIII.
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Isaac Allerton (1586 - 1659)
  Mary Norris Allerton (1590 - 1621)
 
 Spouse:
  Thomas Cushman (1608 - 1691)*
 
 Children:
  Thomas Cushman (1637 - 1726)*
  Sarah Cushman Hawkes (1639 - 1694)*
  Isaac Cushman (1648 - 1732)*
  Elkanah Cushman (1651 - 1727)*
  Eleazer Cushman (1656 - ____)*
  Lydia Cushman Harlow (1660 - 1719)*
 
 Siblings:
  Child Allerton (____ - 1620)*
  Bartholomew Allerton (1613 - ____)*
  Remember Allerton Maverick (1615 - 1655)*
  Mary Allerton Cushman (1616 - 1699)
  Baby Allerton (1620 - 1620)*
  Sarah Allerton (1626 - ____)**
  Isaac Allerton (1628 - 1701)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
Burial Hill
Plymouth
Plymouth County
Massachusetts, USA
Plot: 01
 
Created by: ReLyRoTh
Record added: Nov 25, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 12498378
Mary <i>Allerton</i> Cushman
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Mary <i>Allerton</i> Cushman
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Mary <i>Allerton</i> Cushman
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- Connie (Cross) Krueger
 Added: Dec. 13, 2014

- Linda Newbrough
 Added: Sep. 12, 2014
Remembering my 9th great grandmother. Rest in Peace.
- Michael Ratliff Lutz
 Added: Aug. 13, 2014
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